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    A recommended insurance company list!

    Isn't there even one insurance company worth reccomending?
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    Peoples choice (under written by Hastings)
    I'm 27 with a full clean license and only 3 years NCB, £147 fully comp

    Or FutureClassics, all 5 of my bikes for £223

    Catch with them is all bikes have to be over 10 years old, the Nelli just made it but the rest are 50 years+

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpNorthWill View Post
    Peoples choice (under written by Hastings)
    I'm 27 with a full clean license and only 3 years NCB, £147 fully comp

    Or FutureClassics, all 5 of my bikes for £223

    Catch with them is all bikes have to be over 10 years old, the Nelli just made it but the rest are 50 years+
    Hi, I am looking at the Compare The Little rats at the mo. Let you know.
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    Ive been with Hastings for the last 3 or 4 years,never had to use them for a claim (touch wood) but i get quite a lot of cover for a good price compared to the rest of the field,what surprised me at this last renewal was that the first renewal quote they sent me was actually cheap.Normally they send you a renewal that's overpriced hoping you can't be arsed to shop about so it was refreshing to see that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boggs View Post
    Ive been with Hastings for the last 3 or 4 years,never had to use them for a claim (touch wood) but i get quite a lot of cover for a good price compared to the rest of the field,what surprised me at this last renewal was that the first renewal quote they sent me was actually cheap.Normally they send you a renewal that's overpriced hoping you can't be arsed to shop about so it was refreshing to see that.

    Hi Boggs,
    Thats got to be a first

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilgrim View Post
    Isn't there even one insurance company worth reccomending?
    Shannons are good.

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    Thumbs up Try Bennetts....

    ....just got a great deal off them for my lovely 1130 sport. Normally deal with whoever might be the cheapest ont tinternet at time. Which i've come to realise is nowt but a load of old bo££oks and doesn't save you money in the long run really

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    Bennetts renewal with Highway up from £107 to £157 FFS ! Best they could 'manage' was £137. Still a £30 hike with 7 years protected NCD.

    Switched to Hastings Direct for £98 with £6K value (was £4K) and 4K miles (was 1K). Total excess is just £250 with zero voluntary (was £500/£250). Pillion too. Retired.Secure garage.

    That's a great deal !

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